a creative mind at work in the deep dark basement

Monday, July 26, 2010

Sketch It with Critter Sketch


Today over at Critter Sketch Challenge Blog we had a sketch to work with.  I originally started off thinking of something else and it wasn't working for me.  I had to improvise and work with what I had and think it turned out well.

This week I worked with another digi image from our sponsor, Robyn's Fetish.  When printing my images I reversed the image to give it a mirror image to work with.  My images were colored with Copics and I used some Glossy Accents on the butterfly wings and flower centers and some Baby Blue Stickles on the body.  I paired it with some retired patterned paper that I love and added a simple sentiment down in the corner from the Month-to-Month Extras set from Clear & Simple Stamps.



Make sure you check out the other creations this week from Group 2 to see how they used this sketch and join us at Critter Sketch for your chance to win a fabulous prize from Robyn's Fetish.


 
Card details:
Stamps: Digi image from Robyn's Fetish, Month-to-Month Extras from Clear & Simple Stamps
Cardstock: Always Artichoke, Bashful Blue, So Saffron, Stamper's Select, retired dp
Inks: Copic, Always Artichoke
Accessories: Glossy Accents, Baby Blue Stickles, White ribbon colored with Copic

10 comments:

Michele said...

Great idea to flip the image! Love the card.

the whimsical butterfly said...

This is really sweet-GREAT image and your take on the sketch is awesome!

Tracey said...

Love the subtle colors. Great job!!!
Tracey

Heidi said...

Ooooo, I love how you flipped the image! I love the dimension. Gorgeous card!

Tammylee said...

Very cute card. I love the colors that you chose as well.

Lisa Somerville said...

So pretty, wonderful DP you paired with your image.

Nancy said...

Love the colors you used. Great idea using two images (great minds think alike)!

Jacki Randolph said...

Oh this is just beautiful!! Love your paper and the two images for the sketch.

Jacquie said...

Love, love this card, its is so soft and pretty.

Kathryn B said...

This is so cool Kim! I like how you flipped and used the same image twice! Great job with the sketch!!!

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